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Networking issue I brought this device as i did not have enough RJ45 ports, it worked fine for about the first 3 weeks, then i no longer need it, i have just found a need for it but it will not work, it is doing the same job as befor, connecting a laptop and a Xbox 360 to an internet conection, and im pretty certian that it is not a physical problem, what could i be doing wrong?

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Try, resetting the highspeed modem. most Internet providers limit you to 1 or 2 IP addresses, which means only one or two computers(Xbox, PS3, PC etc) can be connected through a hub. If reseting the modem doesn't help call your ISP to verify how many IPs they allow you. If they only allow 1 you will need to replace the hub with a router which creates and internal network that share a single IP address.

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Try making the connections on the devices to automatic config

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